When Mosel meets Tyrol
Michelin-starred chef Alexander Oos from Trittenheim and his Austrian-born wife Daniela have made their Wein- und Tafelhaus a veritable treat for food lovers and those seeking relaxation.
Alexander Oos has been cooking to the highest standards for 17 years and has consistently maintained a Michelin star. The Wein- und Tafelhaus, which is situated near the banks of the Mosel amongst vineyards, has become one of the most beautiful feel-good venues for all those wanting to enjoy fine food in relaxed, tranquil surroundings. But anyone who think that star cuisine is too fanciful is much mistaken when it come to Alexander and Daniela Oos.
I brought the idea of a "Greißlerei" with me from my home in Tyrol,
she explains, delighted with the guests and curious newcomers who come to enjoy the informal setting. A Greißlerei is essentially a small farm shop offering a range of regional delicacies. For the Oos family, this primarily means Mosel wines at winery prices. The shelves also include bottles from emerging winemakers, who are still an insider tip and impress with their excellent quality. As well as this, there are select Mosel and Austrian specialities from artisanal producers as well as delicacies created by Alexander Oos to take away. Sophisticated bolognese, venison jam and sweet treats find their way from his restaurant kitchen into the Greißlerei.
This is our way of showing that you can enjoy fine cuisine spontaneously and without any barriers.
Alexander and Daniela Oos also offer a culinary course for groups, who, by prior arrangement, are initiated into the practice of an excellent restaurant, from decoration to dessert. It’s mainly creative people who come to us, who want to learn something for themselves or to be able to offer their friends something new, and who appreciate informal interaction between chef and guests. Openness and warmth characterise the venue. This is true for the star restaurant where, depending on the season, Breton lobster may well be on the menu with Eifel or Hunsrück meat dishes, as well as for the informal boutique hotel. This has just seven comfortable rooms, each individually designed and featuring furniture made by a local carpenter's workshop; the cosy feeling of being well taken care of immediately sets in. The style complements the Mosel landscape with warm wood tones and designs that convey simple, down-to-earth elegance. Some of the details and accessories also have a connection to winegrowing. All rooms offer an unobstructed view of the Mosel and the Grand Cru site of the Trittenheimer Apotheke. Fine food can also be enjoyed out on the sunny terrace against the romantic backdrop of these famous vineyards.
It is here that the German-Austrian wine expert couple Alexander and Daniela Oos have planted seven hundred Grüner Veltliner vines.
We hope that we've initiated something that will remain associated with our name for a long time to come and that will enrich the region
Daniela says, describing the motivation for bringing the Austrian variety, which is full of character, to the Mosel.
It’s a lasting tribute to our ties with the Mosel region and Tyrol.
The two landscapes are, after all, world famous for their distinctive culture of enjoyment, which knows how to pair a relaxed approach with the highest standards. This is just as evident in the Wein- und Tafelhaus belonging to the Oos family as it is in the almost Mediterranean region of Tyrol.
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